Psalm 48

Words: The Psalter for Christian Worship, Michael Morgan

Music:  10s  Unable to initialize a MIDI player for your browser     "Lyons"  Attributed to Johann Michael Haydn (1737-1806);
Unable to initialize a MIDI player for your browser     "Hanover" Attributed to William Croft, 1708
A Song of Security
      How great is the LORD and worthy of praise,
      Whose glory above Mount Zion displays!
      In light of Thy splendor our cities are dust;
      Eternal our refuge, unquestioned our trust.
      The rulers of earth are shaken with fright,
      When Thou in Thy wrath appear in their sight;
      But we as Thy chosen have witnessed Thy heart,
      And at its remembrance, all fears soon depart.
      The far-fashioned bounds of earth lift their voice,
      And for Thy goodwill, the mountains rejoice;
      Thy righteousness follows the course of our days;
      Whatever our pathway, our Guide for always.


Words 1999, Michael Morgan
Used by permission


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